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They Don't Talk Back
They Don't Talk Back
Three generations of Tlingit men face the challenges of a summer of change. When 17 year-old Nick takes a floatplane from Juneau to his grandparents’ village, his arrival means changes for his fisherman grandfather, his cousin Edward–who hasn’t spent much time away from home–and his Desert Storm-veteran father. Just as these Tlingit men are adjusting to their new lives together, the boys’ grandmother delivers shocking news. A world premiere portrait of a 1990s Alaska family. A World Premiere produced in Association with Native Voices at the Autry and La Jolla Playhouse. 
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November-December Newsletter
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School funding
School Funding Presentation
Join us on Monday February 27th and hear a special presentation on the state of school funding for Hoonah City Schools by Melody Douglas, retired Financial Officer of the Kenai School Districton. The meeting will be in the District Office Conference Room from 2-3:30PM.  
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Our Mission

To deliver a quality education that inspires and challenges all students to reach their full potential.

Our Vision

Is for our students to enjoy a diverse learning environment that integrates Tlingit language and culture, engages our community, and graduates productive citizens who are healthy, self confident, creative, adaptable, and resilient.

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